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  —Evil George Beard [src]  

Evil George Beard is the afro evil counterpart of George Beard. He is one of the three main antagonists of the eighth book.

He is voiced by I'ke Mitchell in the eighth Sound-O-Rama audiobook.


Unlike the Good George from the main universe, he does not wear a tie, but wears Harold's T-shirt instead. As in the Purple Potty universe, the duo's clothes are swapped


Like his friend Evil Harold Hutchins, Evil George is evil. Unlike the Good George, he is the more timid of the pair similar to how the good Harold is in the main universe.


Captain Underpants and the Preposterous Plight of the Purple Potty People[]

He appears in the eighth book along with Captain Blunderpants and Harold Hutchins (Alternate Universe).He first appears reading a comic book then changing a sign. He hypnotises Sulu and Crackers to destroy the Good George and Harold and to become really wicked, in their terms. A few chapters later, they get shrunk by the Good George and Harold and they (alongside Captain Blunderpants) get sent back to their Earth. What happened to him and Evil Harold afterwards is left in speculation but since they were still minuscule upon returning to their world, it's likely they were unable to commit anymore havoc when they returned.

Because of him along with Evil Harold Hutchins and Captain Blunderpants causing havoc in the City of Piqua in the normal universe, their good counterparts Harold Hutchins, George Beard and Benjamin Krupp aka Captain Underpants have been framed and arrested for the crimes their evil counterparts committed.

Captain Underpants and the Tyrannical Retaliation of the Turbo Toilet 2000[]

He, Evil Harold, and Captain Blunderpants make an appearance on the wanted poster which Melvin Sneedly saw. George and Harold later walked by the same wanted poster where it's revealed that Melvin altered the picture by drawing beards and mustaches on their faces, evidently clearing their names.

Captain Underpants and the Sensational Saga of Sir Stinks-A-Lot[]

He makes a replacement to Yesterday George Beard.